Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Things to Do

Newspaper article The Northern Star (Lismore, Australia)

Things to Do

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1. CW Stoneking: CW Stoneking's new album Gon' Bogaloo gets its sound from the way it was recorded: with all the musicians and singers performing in the same room at the same time. It was all captured straight to a stereo tape machine using a vintage Soviet-era stereo microphone. At the Byron Theatre tomorrow from 7.30pm. $45.For info visit www.byroncentre.com.au.

2. The Hillbilly Goats: The Hillbilly Goats are a band with a passion for 200-year-old Appalachian Mountains' music. Developed in the in the late 18th century and early 19th century, Appalachian Mountains' music evolved into today's country music. The Hillbilly Goats will be performing at the Cherry St Sports Club in Ballina today from 7pm, and at The Rails in Byron Bay tomorrow from 6.30pm.

3. Traffic Light Party: Make sure you understand the dress code of this Valentine's Day party: Red means 'taken', yellow means 'it's complicated' and green is 'single and ready to mingle'. At Mary G's, corner of Woodlark and Keen streets, Lismore, today from 9.30pm.

4. Lou Bradley: Golden Guitar finalist at Tamworth 2015, Mullumbimby's Lou Bradley will perform at the Phoenix Rising Cafe, 2 Blue Knob Rd, Nimbin, today from noon. Free gig.

5. Peggy Popart Kid's Art Tour: Join Miss Peggy Popart for her guided tour followed by art activities tailored to the gallery's changing program of exhibitions. Miss Popart provides the ideal introduction to art for young children, fostering an ongoing interest in art. At the Lismore Regional Gallery, 131 Molesworth St, today from 10.30am. Fee: Donation. For details visit www.lismoregallery.org.

6. Kart Club: The Lismore Kart Club kicks off its season this weekend at the North Lismore track, next to the Lismore Showground. Free entry means that everyone can enjoy the action, with practice sessions today and racing starting at 9am tomorrow.

7. The Lucinda Digital Video Project, Amazing Myths and Legends: Weird and wonderful short films by children in years 4, 5 and 6, exploring the theme of Amazing Myths and Legends. …

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